1.1  Acknowledgements


I Ian Sumner, G3VPX  recognise the various organisations that have products that have contributed

 to the development of piWebCAT and their copyright to these products.

 These include, but are not limited to:

The jQuery Foundation for jQuery code and addon: jquery.mousewheel.js.

Dave Furfero and Manuel Gumpinger for jquery-ui-touch-punch.js.

MariaDB Foundation for MariaDB Database Software

Kayson Group Inc for phpGrid software for which I hold a purchased  'Ultimate' license for OEM distribution.

(The phpGrid downloads in include jQuery and jqGrid which are also available as free internet downloads)

IBE-Software for the HelpNDoc document authoring system.

Microsoft for their Expression 4 web authoring system (free download)

The Raspberry Pi foundation for their Raspberry Pi OS (previously Raspbian) and bundled software.

Hamlib:  The Ham Radio Control Library–Hamlib. ( hamlib.github.io )

Mumble:  An open source, low latency, high quality voice chat application.

Rémy Sanchez and Rizwan Kassim for PhpSerial.php serial port code.

Tan Li Hau for alternative javascript JSON parser code (modified).. that doesn't leak memory.

Ansgar Becker for HeidiSQL

Nils Hoyer for MySQL Front


MySQL / MariaDB

MariaDB Server is one of the most popular database servers in the world.

It is made by the original developers of MySQL and guaranteed to stay open source.

Notable users include Wikipedia, WordPress.com and Google.

Is used by the Raspberry Pi Foundation.

Most references in this document refer to MariaDB as MySQL.


The Ham Radio Control Library–Hamlib, is a project to provide programs with a consistent
Application Programming Interface (API) for controlling the myriad of radios and rotators
available to amateur radio and communications users.

In piWebCAT, it translates a common, standard command set into the correct CAT commands
for a selected radio.